Register herefor an uplifting online event celebrating International Women's Day with AWCB member and guest speaker Kenia Guimaraes. Kenia is an international public health consultant who has worked in Africa, Asia, Europe, U.S.A. and Latin America.
AWCB is an organization of like-minded Expats from around the world, who have made their home in the Brussels Region and seek to make purposeful connections with each other while providing philanthropic support to both local and global charities. On April 5, 1949, the American Women’s Club of Brussels, an asbl/vzw non-profit organization was founded by 36 American women. We have evolved to include both men and women of any nationality who share the American spirit.
What do we do?
We empower and support new, established, and alumni Expats by providing them with:
Create a welcoming and supportive community where members and their families share interest in American Culture and the English language.
Provide social, cultural and philanthropic activities to help our members and their families achieve their fullest potential.
Encourage an awareness and understanding of Belgian culture.
Philanthropy is the core of American Women’s Club of Brussels. Humanitarian Outreach Program and Events (HOPE) is one of the founding pillars of the AWCB, committed to make a difference by offering members meaningful service opportunities in the local community.
Our long-term goals are to continue empowering
and supporting International Expat community who reside in the Brussels Region.
As our club continues to change we hope to meet the needs of the majority of our local
We are glad you are here. Whether it's the first stop along your expat journey or you have become a seasoned traveler, we are so happy to have you join us.
American Exposure: Most of our events are for members only. We celebrate American holidays, host speakers, and have a wide variety of other offerings for members and their families.
Connected Friendships: You are instantly connected to a larger group of Expats brought together through our adventures of living abroad.
Additional Benefits:The AWCB is proud to be a member of the Federation of American Women's Clubs Overseas (FAWCO), which is a United Nations accredited NGO and international network of 64 clubs in 34 countries around the world. Each member of the AWCB, is automatically also a member of FAWCO and is eligible to serve on committees, participate in conferences and meetings, take part in their activities - and even qualify for special scholarships they offer. More information can be found on their website: https://www.fawco.org/
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as well as the image above.
Patricia Couton, Painter and Artist
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About our Group
The American Women’s Club of Brussels (AWCB), is a not-for-profit club founded in 1949 to provide a welcoming atmosphere for expatriates and their families living in the Brussels Region. We offer social, cultural, and philanthropic opportunities for our 120+ members representing many nationalities.